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[OT] More spam due to Red Bean Contribulyzer

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-01-16 23:41:28 CET

Last month I reported a problem [1] where a patch I contributed
landed my email address in a Subversion commit message from whence it
got to the Red Bean Contribulyzer pages where it appeared in plain
text and was grabbed by a spambot. Karl was kind enough to change the
commit message to obfuscate my email address, but now that I've
submitted another patch this year under a new email address, it too
started getting spam today for the same reason [2].

Can the Contribulyzer be modified to obfuscate all users' addresses
all the time? I hate for this to be a thing the Subversion committers
have to remember on their own each time, and it's just not prudent to
put email addresses onto web pages in plain text anymore; that's just
asking for junk mail.



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